About Us

 

We ensure that the accomodation provides a homely atmosphere. We recognise that many young people require boundaries to provide stability and security, we also ensure that all views should be taken into account, that everyone has rights, including respecting their racial, religious, cultural, dietary, health, educational, employment, gender and social needs.

 

Acacia counsultants will work with young people to ensure that they are prepared physically, emotionally, socially and educationally to return where possible to their own family, to a foster family or, if they're of age, to independent living.

Our Beliefs

  • Everyone should be treated with respect and dignity and have an opportunity to have thier opinion heard
  • Carers and Keyworkers working within Acacia Houses should act as role models, and take responsibility for the young people
  • Everyone has the right to keep his or her possessions safely
  • All young people should be actively involved in making plans for their own future, with adequate support from keyworkers and carers
  • Young people and their families should be advised of any proposed changes in the service and informed of the reasons for the change where appropriate
  • Young people have the right to advocacy should they wish it
  • Young people have the right to access the information that has been recorded about them (with age appropriate support)
  • Young people have a right to famly life, wherever possible, Acacia staff members will assist them in maintaining contact with their family or the other significant people
  • Young people who live at Acacia houses have the right to access the community
  • The people within our community have the right to live in a safe and positive environment

 

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